Overfilling the Gene Pool
Please join me in a round of sinister mocking when these ridiculous assholes take to the streets:http://thepillkills. com/Ahem-- from their website:"June 7 marks the 43rd anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Griswold v. Connecticut. This was the first of many decisions that led to the culture of death we live in today.On that day in 1965, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on the Griswold v. Connecticut case, it set a legal precedent for claiming that the Constitution grants women the right to privacy in matters of sexual practice. This meant that Connecticut and the rest of the United States could not stop a married woman from obtaining birth control pills. However, as Judge Andrew Napolitano has pointed out, the constitutional right to privacy has nothing to do with birth control.The plaintiff was Estelle Griswold, then executive director of the Planned Parenthood League of Connecticut. She and Dr. C. Lee Buxton opened a birth control clinic. They were arrested and fined for selling birth control pills, which was illegal in Connecticut. The case was pushed all the way to the Supreme Court. In other words, Planned Parenthood was breaking the law; yet it turned this case into a legal precedent for selling contraception. Because of the Griswold case and others that followed, unmarried women and teenagers were later permitted to obtain birth control pills.Join young people across the country on Protest the Pill Day '08: The Pill Kills Babies on June 7 and witness outside of clinics that distribute this killing poison.Everyone should know the deadly consequences of the pill and similar contraceptive products- they cause chemical abortions. Therefore, American Life League, along with Pro-Life Wisconsin and Pharmacists for Life International Associate groups, calls all pro-lifers across the country to speak out on Protest the Pill Day '08: The Pill Kills Babies, scheduled for the Griswold anniversary of Saturday, June 7. We encourage you to gather with your friends for peaceful protests in front of facilities that distribute birth control products.Planned Parenthood often promotes June 7 as a day of celebration because it can now sell birth control to young girls. American Life League crashed Planned Parenthood's 2005 Pill Party.Click here to see a video of our success there in spreading the truth about the pill:From the beginning, the pill has been an abortifacient, meaning it can cause abortions.Using statistical estimates of the number of chemical, medical and surgical abortions combined, computed by a biostatistician and an environmental epidemiologist, both at the University of Pittsburgh, along with an Ohio State University technical consultant and Bogomir M.Kuhar, a pharmacist, American Life League computed the following estimates for chemical abortions alone, from 1973 to 2003: * During this period, approximately 6,605,000 to 11,725,000 chemical abortions occured in the United States annually. * During this period, a total of 196,325,000 to 324,325,000 chemical abortions wiped out the equivalent of the entire United States population!"They even have a hilarious video to go with it:So... If THE PILL really does become illegal, are the kind folks at the AMERICAN LIFE LEAGUE on standby to adopt the millions of unwanted babies that will be flooding the scene?Wait-- I'm having a vision: We outlaw birth control, sell the babies on the black market, then use the money to pay off the crippling national debt that our current administration has saddled us with. At last! A logical way to fill this gaping hole that the Christian RIght has dug for our country. As most members of the AMERICAN LIFE LEAGUE undoubtedly support our president and his fucking useless war, I'm sure they would be more than happy to see this plan into action, if for no other reason than to wash their hands of a mess that they helped create.Am I right? Huh? Huh? Who's with me, here?